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No matter what network your Nokia N95 phone currently runs on, you can unlock it---or "flash" it---to run on any GSM network. You will only be able to use your unlocked Nokia N95 phone on networks that use SIM cards---such as T-Mobile and AT&T---and not on CDMA networks such as Sprint and Verizon, which do not provide SIM cards.
Read more: How to Flash a Nokia N95 Unlocking the Handset 1 Remove the back cover and the battery from your cell phone. Locate a silver sticker with a bar code on it. Take note of the 15-digit IMEI number printed on it. At this time, also remove the SIM card and write down the numbers printed on the back of it. The SIM card is the small, white data chip in the silver cradle right next to the sticker. You will need these numbers to obtain your Nokia unlock code.
2 Request a Nokia N95 unlock code from your service provider. If they cannot provide you with an unlock code, you can buy one online.
3 Replace the SIM card, battery and cover. Fully charge your handset.
4 Turn on your handset and type "#PW+".
5 Enter the unlock code given from your phone company or website. Make sure you dial the number exactly as it was given to you. If you dial this number incorrectly three times, you will be permanently locked out of your handset.
6 Dial "+1#". At this point, the screen on your Nokia N95 should read "SIM Restriction Off."
Inserting SIM Card 1 Switch your handset off and remove the back cover and battery.
2 Remove the SIM card.
3 Insert the new SIM card into the SIM card slot. Now that the phone has been unlocked, this can be a SIM card from any U.S. service provider that uses SIM cards.
4 Replace the back cover and battery and switch the cell phone on. The screen should now read the name of the new service provider
With regard to PIN Code, it is the code of your SIM card. (example: AT&T, Cingular, Vodafone, Globe, Smart etc.)
If ever you have no idea what it is or if you forgot it, you can contact your service provider for the PUK code wherein you can enter once you used all the chances to enter the PIN Code.
To make sure, if your N95 is unlocked, meaning you can use different SIM Card, try using another SIM card and it should work fine. However, if it asked for Phone Code, it means you need the Security Code of the Nokia N95 not the PIN Code.
your PUK-code and PIN-code were delivered together with your sim-card. when the sim-card asks for a PUK, it is blocked until the PUK-code is entered. if you cannot find the PUK-code anymore, it is advisable to go to your service provider (cell phone dealer) and ask for a new sim-card with the same number. hopefully you had your contacts saved to your phone and not to the sim-card, because it's very unlikely that any data on a blocked SIM can be retrieved.
Almost there gizmo1. In fact one has to go through Connect, Bluetooth then you'll see two tabs. The selected tab has the basic bluetooth options (On/Off, Visibility, name etc) and the second tab shows the list of paired devices. Access this by pressing right.
Once in the list of paired devices Press OPTIONS (normally the left softkey) then "New paired devices". You'll then see what's around and you'll be able to initiate the pairing.
If you're simply looking to send an object, you can do this from the file manager or media library. In the media library select your picture or other object then once again through the left softkey (Options) you should see a "Send" option. Select that, the Nokia will then propose how you wish to send. Choose bluetooth. In the file manager it works in the same way.